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      September 7, 2019

      Saturday   9:00 AM

      2230 Clay Lick Road
      Nashville, Indiana 47448

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      Nature Daze 2019

      Nature Daze is an outreach program sponsored by the Brown County Native Woodlands Project (BCNWP) to help landowners better understand the importance of managing their property to create a resilient native habitat.Activities for the day include talks and interpretive hikes led by resource professionals, a native plant sale, a children’s program, door prizes and a free picnic-style barbecue lunch. Spend the day learning, exploring and having fun at Camp Rancho Framasa located in the beautiful hills of Brown County!   Program for the Day   Geriann Albers - IDNR Furbearer Biologist Muskrat Love...and Hate: Wildlife in your Pond   Gillian Field - Indiana Gillian! Invasive Fighter! Ellen Jacquart - Chair, MC-IRIS; President, Indiana Native Plant Society Neighborhood Invasive Plant Control   Tommy Gunn - Forester, The Nature Conservancy Low Tech Invasive Plant Control   John Lawrence - Executive Director, Sycamore Land Trust The Laura Hare Nature Preserve at Downey Hill   Dan Shaver - Project Director, The Nature Conservancy Ice Age to Oak Tree: Forest Succession and Nature Disturbance   Sharen Sorenson - Indiana author, "Planting Native to Attract Birds" and "Birds in the Yard Month by Month" Planting Natives for Lovely Landscapes and Beautiful Birds   Kids "Bewilder" Program The Kids Program is for children ages 5 through 15 whose parents and/or grandparents are attending Nature Daze.  Children under the gate of 5 that wish to participate must be accompanied by an adult.   CYO Camp Rancho Framasa staff have a variety of activities planned around camp that will "bewilder" participants as they learn more about the environment in which we live. Topics and activities for the day include "Backyard Bird Nests", "Discovery Hike", "Living with the Land", "Journaling Like a Naturalist", a Bounce House and a Creek Stomp.   A free picnic style BBQ lunch will be served and native plants will be available for purchase throughout the day.  Questions?  Call: 812-988-2211 or Email: info@bcnwp.org.

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